Life changes

Women and super
Australian women still trail behind men when it comes to their super. With your super being the main source of income when you stop working, it’s important to make sure you get the most from your super and understand what you can do to bridge the gap.
Super for the self-employed
There’s no denying that becoming your own boss has its challenges, and not everyone has what it takes to run a business, but it can be a liberating and exciting experience. With the increase in Australians becoming self-employed, it’s important to have a good grip of your financial future for when work eventually winds down.
Accessing super in times of financial hardship
There might be a time in your life where you experience severe financial challenges. While your super is intended to provide an income in retirement, read below to explore how you might be able to access your super in times of financial hardship.
Super and your career
Started your first job or climbed another rung on the career ladder? Congratulations!

After you’ve toasted your successes, spare a few minutes to learn about how these key work milestones (and more) relate to your super. Cheers to future you.
Super for families
Raising a family is one of the best jobs in the world. But between Bluey and birthday parties, it can be tricky to keep on top of things like super.
Things to consider if you’re considering a career change
It’s never too late for a career change. If this could be the right time for you to make a move, here are some things to consider.
Divorce and your super: 3 super tips after a breakup
Going through a divorce or separation can be tough — emotionally and financially. Here’s how to get your super back on track after a split.
Breaking down anxiety
Anxiety is the most common health disorder in Australia and can affect anyone. Statistics show that three million Australians are living with anxiety, and one in four Australians will experience it at some stage in their life.

Rising costs of living, natural disasters, and the unfolding of geopolitical events can make it difficult to find moments of calmness and respite. And while we can’t control the factors that influence these events, we can help manage the impact they have on our mental health.